Capitals beat Bruins 2-1 in OT to advance
The Bruins get plenty of credit for being big game players and thriving when the spotlight burns brightest. They've earned it after excelling in gut-check Game 7 scenarios last season, but they'll need to prove it again with another Game 7 on tap
BOSTON — The Boston Bruins and Washington Capitals played seven one-goal games in their first-round playoff series. That's an NHL record.
This year, the Washington Capitals appear to have saved their best for the postseason. Joel Ward slammed home a rebound at 2:57 of overtime to give Washington a 2-1 victory over Boston in Game 7 of their first-round
This week's Q&A focuses on the Bruins' Game 7 vs. the Capitals, and the likely Hawks-Celtics matchup in the first round of the NBA playoffs. that's the word former Patriots linebacker and current NFL Network analyst Willie McGinest used to describe
Tyler Seguin scored the Bruins' only goal. It was the first time in NHL history that a playoff series had seven games determined by one goal. Four of the games went to overtime, and two others were decided with less than two minutes left in regulation.